A British woman who used tanning beds for years later developed skin cancer on her forehead that, after it was removed, left her with a “Harry Potter”-looking scar.
More women may benefit from gene testing for hereditary breast or ovarian cancer, especially if they've already survived cancer once, an influential health group recommended Tuesday.
A 6-year-old boy in China landed in the hospital after he swallowed more than 60 magnetic balls while his parents weren’t looking.
Parts of a wildlife refuge near Denver, Colorado remains closed after a colony of prairie dogs was infected with plague, a serious bacterial infection that can spread to humans, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced.
About half of the patients sickened remain hospitalized.
Weight Watchers came under fire this month after releasing a weight loss app for children and young teens that critics says encourages them to develop eating disorders.
A United Kingdom mom claims doctors cut her daughter’s face with a scalpel while performing an emergency cesarean section (C-section), leaving her baby with a permanent facial scar.
She reportedly later revealed to her medical team that she had been secretly eating her hair.
A Florida teen who developed a hole in his right lung that later caused it to collapse blames his recent health scare on vaping.
A man in the U.K. has allegedly been in the hospital for weeks and will remain there for several more after he reportedly left hair removal cream on his groin for a few minutes too long, resulting in gruesome blisters and painful burns.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating whether or not lung illnesses reported across multiple states are linked to vaping.
The women didn't know each other before they all landed in the emergency room complaining of the same thing.
A second Massachusetts resident has been diagnosed with the potentially deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, state health officials announced late last week.
A South Dakota mother was shocked to find the painful kidney stones she had been experiencing was actually her going into labor — and the surprise birth of triplets.
Despite the odds, the Butlers told the doctor that God would determine what would happen to their son.
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is notoriously hard to diagnose because symptoms can be intermittent.
The state said the positive results mark the first of 2019.
An Arizona family with albino twins relocated to a state thousands of miles away to better protect their sun-sensitive children from harmful UV rays.
The report's authors said they believe it is the first case to occur in a female her age.
A hepatitis A outbreak linked to a New Jersey golf club has sickened nearly two dozen people, health officials said.